Final Fantasy VI: Prime 1 Studio unveils extraordinary statuette overseen by Yoshitaka Amano

If Final Fantasy VII is the most exploited episode of the series, we should not forget the love carried by its fans in the sixth installment. Here is a recall which promises to be sumptuous.

For his Next Level Showcase 3 which took place a few days ago, Prime 1 Studio had some reserve on the video game side. In addition to the particularly pleasant The Witcher 3 alternative and Ghost of Tsushima collections, the manufacturer was holding a post-generic surprise hostage. And what a surprise. Soon, the Square Enix Masterline range will host a very special Final Fantasy VI statuette. The kind that will instantly woo fans in the blink of an eye.

Amano and the mano

Shown from all angles in the video that accompanies this article, this truly ultra-detailed, lovingly hand-painted piece of art features Terra Branford in Magitek armor. A configuration reminiscent of the first minutes of the game. The music used is also not there for nothing. But, above all, there is a reference to the artwork used for the Japanese box of the RPG Super Famicom released in 1994.

This illustration, which we obviously owe to master Yoshitaka Amano, will therefore take shape. With his blessing and his keen eye. Other poses are presented. And the presence of Mog, very nonchalant, surprises.

The Square Enix Masterline Final Fantasy VI 1/6 Scale (at 1 / 6th scale, therefore), has no release date or price. But knowing that it is described as Prime 1 Studio’s most successful work … Expect to have to break multiple PELs. The Masterline NieR Automata 1/4 costs, in standard version, 2,649 euros. So we let you imagine the worst to get this statuette.